Have you ever wondered what foods people in other countries think are "American food"? Let's find out: England: reddit.com Pop-Tarts, beef jerky, three types of M&Ms, and marshmallow fluff. Looks about right. New Zealand: reddit.com Pop-Tarts, Lucky Charms, and every type of candy you buy before seeing a movie. France: imgur.com Like eight different types of cookies, mustard, pancakes, and marshmallow fluff. I'm sensing a trend. Germany: Twitter: @Caleb_Denison Salad dressing, nacho cheese, cake mix, syrup, and marshmallow fluff. Belgium: Twitter: @GillianKloet Literally just soda and guacamole mix. Nailed it. Australia: Twitter: @GillianKloet So much candy...and marshmallow fluff. The Netherlands: reddit.com Frostings and mixes and dressings, oh my! Ireland: Twitter: @WaterPM Pop-Tarts, Lucky Charms, Nerds, Twinkies, and MARSHMALLOW FLUFF. Finland: Twitter: @Kisumisuja Pop-Tarts, mustard, and so many hot sauces. Sweden reddit.com Goldfish, marshmallows, Snapple, and Charleston Chew? Spain: Twitter: @SolomonPastor3 Ranch dressing, chocolate syrup, cake mix, frosting, and...yup...MARSHMALLOW FLUFF. Denmark: Twitter: @Couzin_Vinny Salad dressing, jello, pickles, Twizzlers, and cooking spray? Colombia Twitter: @liz315 Hot chocolate, ketchup, peanut butter, and muffin mix. And finally, the UK again: i.imgur.com Soda, candy, cereal, candy cereal, AND...MARSHMALLOW FLUFF. BEHOLD: the most American food there is: ilovepeanutbutter.com God bless A-marshmallowfluff-ica.